Don LIDDELL

LIDDELL Don Frederick Liddell passed away peacefully at home at the age of 89 years on January 29, 2008. Don was born in Elbow, SK on October 18, 1918 to Bill and Milda Liddell. Don came to Alberta as a small child, attended Boupre school and worked at home helping his father. He worked in the bush and spent time working on the highway near Jasper when it was being built. Don married the love of his life, Helen Pride, on February 12, 1942. They farmed and raised cattle for a number of years. He also worked in construction for a time and spent 17 years at the Red Deer Liquor Store. Don also spent a couple of years in the Army reserve. He was a member of many clubs, among those being the Moose Lodge in Red Deer, Wynndel Community Center, Branch 28, and later a member of the Yahk seniors. He volunteered his time at the Creston Museum and found time to hunt and fish as he loved the outdoors and loved to play crib and dance. Don is predeceased by his father, Bill Liddell, mother, Milda Liddell, one brother, two sisters, daughter Joan, as well as several nieces, nephews and brothers-in-law. Those left to remember him are his loving wife of 65 years, Helen Liddell; daughter Eileen of Red Deer, AB; daughter Joyce (Mark) of Vegreville; son Fred (Doris) of Red Deer, AB; 2 granddaughters; 3 grandsons; and 2 great-grandsons. A Memorial Service will be held in Alberta at a later date. Friends wishing to make any memorial contributions may do so to P.A.W.S. Box 253, Creston, B.C., V0B 1G0.


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